Comprehensive universal center curriculum for usa background, Grades K-2
The Alexandria Plan is usual Core's curriculum instrument for the instructing of usa and international heritage. it's a strategic framework for deciding on and utilizing top of the range informational texts and narrative nonfiction to fulfill the expectancies of the typical center country criteria (CCSS) for English Language Arts (ELA) whereas additionally sharing crucial historic wisdom drawn from some of the best country historical past and civics criteria from round the kingdom. The curriculum is gifted during this 4 quantity sequence: Common center Curriculum: usa background, Grades K-2; universal middle Curriculum: international heritage, Grades K-2; universal middle Curriculum: usa heritage, Grades 3-5; and Common middle Curriculum: global background, Grades 3-5.
Features of every e-book include:
- Learning expectancies, which articulate the major rules, occasions, evidence, and figures to be understood by means of scholars in a selected grade span.
- Suggested anchor texts for every topic.
- In intensity textual content experiences, constructed from text-dependent questions, scholar responses, and checks in line with a featured anchor text.
- Select extra resources.
- Concise period Summaries that orient either lecturers and scholars to the historic background.
The curriculum is helping academics pose questions on texts overlaying quite a lot of themes. This quantity, Common center Curriculum: usa historical past, Grades K-2, introduces reduce straight forward scholars to 18 key eras in our country's heritage, from the unique local American humans to fashionable instances, via tales that they are going to treasure forever.
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